Like his peer Quentin Tarantino, writer/director Michael Keating is famous for making films that are all about borrowing from the greats to create something truly unique. Carnage Park is definitely a good example of his fast-paced filmmaking style in action, but how does it stack up to his other work, and is it actually worth a spot on your running list of must-see films?
What horror fan doesn’t love a good haunted house story – especially one based on real people, places, and events? That’s Winchester in a nutshell.
If you’ve ever been to San Jose’s Winchester Mystery House (or heard of it), then you’re already somewhat familiar with the backstory to Winchester. Also known as “the house that ghosts built”, the Winchester Mystery House was built by Sarah Winchester, widow of William Winchester, inventor of the famous rifle. After her husband and daughter both pass away, the grieving Sarah becomes convinced that she’s... Read More
From ICON film studios and www.THESLEAZEBOX.com comes a movie called Amerikan Holokaust which is one gory but goody you would like to find in the independent scene if you like gore style in your face gore, splatterhouse style insanity.
The movie was made purposely to look like they were home movies to add that extra creep factor which it hits on point wonderfully. The two killers or as they think of themselves "patriots" the actors really nailed there personas to help convince you of there logic.
With this unknown film amongst the mainstream this insane journey into... Read More
Let me start off this review by saying that I am not a fan of clowns. I don’t mean that in a “I flip out when I see them, they’re so scary” kind of way. I mean that I think they’re boring and overused. Thanks to Stephen Kings’ Pennywise (from It) and northern Illinois’ John Wayne Gacy, we’ve been inundated with clowns in our horror for the past thirty years, and every time it looks like they’re going away, they’re right back in our faces with the Insane Clown Posse and a flood of unoriginal, over-the-top clowns-as-killers horror films. It’s rare that any movie with clowns in it will leave a good impression on me anymore. And... Read More
I started making films in the late 1980's My first film was called Scarlet fry's Horrorama & was SOV and saw a short limited VHS release, Later I went on to make scarlet Fry's Junkfood Horrorfest which got two distribution deals first with Brain damage films who released it only on a Multi pack & then It got a single release with Chemical Burn Entertainment when I retained the rights, Junkfood also featured Alice Cooper's Daughter Calico Cooper in one of her first genre acting roles. I later released Nightmare Alley also with Brain Damage Films. Next was Death By VHS with Worldwide Multi Media & now... Read More
Some of the best horror films in the world have only come out of Japan. Let's take a look at some of the most memorable Japanese horror movies. 10. DARK WATER Dark Water is a 2002 horror-drama from director Hideo Nakata. The film is based on a piece of work by Koji Suzuki. The film was remade for Western audiences in 2005. directed by Walter Salles and starring Jennifer Connelly. In Dark Water, Yoshimi (Hitomi Kuroki) is in the middle of an ugly divorce and has to move into a dilapidated apartment with her daughter. A leak forms in the building’s ceiling and gets worse... Read More